pHvslogMR.HMR

pHvslogMR.HMR - 0.17291097 2.1 16 5.34 0.289 0.361 1.45E-05...

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A 1 (435.3nm) A 2 (523.7nm) Conc. Methyl Red E1 M -1 cm -1 E2 M -1 cm -1 MR    0.382 0.036 1.99 x 10 -5 19195.97 1809.04 HMR  0.115 0.950 1.99 x 10 -5 5778.89 47738.69
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pH Log (MR/HMR) Table 1 . The methyl red concentration, absorbances ( A 1 at 435.3nm, A 2 at 523.7nm) were used to calculate the molar extinction coefficients V(mL) pH A1 A2 [MR] M [HMR] M log([MR]/ [HMR]) Isosbes 10 4.77 0.207 0.654 9.60E-06 1.25E-05 -0.1158402 2.2 12 4.91 0.231 0.581 1.10E-05 1.08E-05 0.00696176 2.1 14 5.11 0.26 0.482 1.27E-05 8.55E-06
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Unformatted text preview: 0.17291097 2.1 16 5.34 0.289 0.361 1.45E-05 5.81E-06 0.39775181 2.0 18 5.67 0.335 0.208 1.72E-05 2.27E-06 0.88037567 1.9 Table 2 . A table showing the absorbance values and each concentration of MR and HMR, including the log(MR/HMR) determined in part from the matrix. Figure 1 . pH vs log(MR/HMR) for the buffered solutions at different pH. The trendline was determined to be y= 1.0898x-5.3551...
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pHvslogMR.HMR - 0.17291097 2.1 16 5.34 0.289 0.361 1.45E-05...

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